Date: 3600 BCE
Location: Xagħra, Gozo
Access: Public museum managed by Heritage Malta
Ġgantija's South Temple is the earliest and consists of five apses. The temple to the north was built later and has four apses plus a niche.
Megalith engraved with the low relief of a snake
Surviving wall of 6m height
Bowl containing a bull's horn, pottery sherds and seashells, excavated from under a threshold slab to the South Temple.
South Temple - south east
North Temple - south east
The FRAGSUS Project found that Ġgantija was built close to a fault line and a natural spring.
The same archaeological dig also found remnants of what may have been a trilithon entrance leading from the sloping fields below, up to the artificial terrace Ġgantija sits on.